The interior design styles are many and new ones keep appearing, knowing the characteristics of each one makes it easier for us to choose the ones we like for our houses.
Today we share some of the most popular interior design styles: Scandinavian style, industrial style, minimalist style, and zen style.
We focus on decoration styles, we will mention the characteristics that stand out the most in each one. We start with the Scandinavian style, which is booming.
This style fuses minimalism with a dose of warmth, using simple but charming furnishings and decorative accessories.
In conclusion, the elements that stand out are:
▫️A rather minimalist decoration, with few decorative accessories.
▫️Color palette dominated by white, touchdes of black, wood of different tones, and a few strokes of color.
The origin of the industrial style is in the factories, in large industrial buildings that have been transformed into artists’ homes.
In this style, materials are the protagonists in the spaces. For example, natural or unfinished woods, cement and brick, iron are used.
To clarify, the structure of the architecture is exposed, such as bricks, beams, columns.
The color palette is basically neutral, we will see, for example, gray, black, brown and white.
The motto of this style is “less is more”, it´s important for a minimalist decoration to minimize the amount of objects in a house.
The minimalist style prioritizes austerity, the furniture and accessories are characterized by clean and simple lines.
In this style the furniture is multifunctional and modern.
The color scheme is made up of dominant white, combined with black, and alternating with other neutral colors.
But some strokes of color may appear, which is used sparingly.
Interior design styles: Zen style
Zen is an oriental approach that seeks to decorate with a minimalist style and highlighting the warmth in the materials.
Above all, it seeks to create rooms where harmony and balance reign, where it´s possible to relax.
Zen-style décor softens the harshness of minimalism, using natural materials and greenery. In addition, in this style it highlights spaces with soft and diffused light, aromas and a monochromatic color palette.